Very Rev Charles Doyne

(1711 - June 1777)
     Very Rev Charles Doyne was born in 1711. Charles was Rector of St Mary's. Carlow 1738-1777 Rev. Charles Doyne, D.D, Dean of Leighlin. His son Bury died at the Middle Temple, London in 1773 between 1738 and 1777.
     Very Rev Charles Doyne married secondly Mary Milley on 7 March 1763.
     From the diary of Thomas Bunbury of Kill (1754 - 1774) at http://www.turtlebunbury.com/family/bunburyfamily_lisnavagh/bunburyfamily_lisnavagh_thomaskilldiary.html
The Very Rev Charles Doyne (1711 1777), alter Dean of Leighlin, was the third son of Philip Doyne of Wells. He had three sons by his first wife, Anna Maria Bury, who died in 1762. On 7th March 1763, he married Wesley Harman’s widow, Mary, daughter of Rev. Nicholas Milley, DD.
July 24th 1764 – Returned home from Dublin where I purchased most of the Harman Estate in the County Carlow viz Moyle Demesne, 109 acres; Little Moyle, Jno Pain tenant, 100 acres; Part of Moyle, Wm Dillon tenant, 42 acres; Part of Moyle, Widow McEvoy tenant, 35 acres; Part of Do [Ditto?] Anth. Murray tenant 20 acres; Rathedon Court [sic] Stewart tenant; Labenesy [sic] Harry Brewster tenant; & Gormenagh [sic] James Dillon, which amounted to £11,200 the 4th part of which I deposited being £2800 & at said time purchased two leases [for] Estates in County Longford, Glasgloone [sic] & Trillickatemple £33.7.6 paid, & Clumkeen [sic] & Cordevon £37.18.6 paid. The Purchase money of the County Longford amounts to £2960; the 4th of which I did not deposit. ...
[16] This sale arose following the death of Wentworth Harman II (1757) and his eldest son, Wesley Harman (1758). Wentworth’s wife Lucy Mervyn was a daughter of Audley Mervyn of Trillick, another property that subsequently passed to Thomas Bunbury of Kill. There is the possibility of a family connection here. Between 1683 and his death in 1714, Wentworth Harman I of Newcastle, County Longford, and Moyle, Co Carlow, son of Sir Thomas Harman and Anne Jones, was married secondly to Frances Sheppard, daughter of a Colonel Sheppard. Thomas Bunbury of Kill’s grandmother Mary Bunbury was born Mary Sheppard.
[17] One such advertisement appeared in The Dublin Journal and read as follows: ‘To be speedily sold, the Town and Lands of Moyle, and several other Lands in the County of Carlow, the Town and Lands of Bawn, and several other Lands in the County of Longford, and the Black Bull Inn in the County of Meath, the Estates of the late Wesley Harman, Esq; deceased. For further Particulars enquire of the Rev. Charles Doyne, in Molesworth-street, John Kelly, Attorney, in Aungier-street, Dublin, David Gorman at Moyle, near Carlow, and Robert Jenkins at Trillick near Longford, to any of whom Proposals can be made.’.
     Charles died in June 1777.

Robert Harry Doyne

(1899 - )
     Robert Harry Doyne was born in 1899. He was the son of Robert Wentworth Doyne Earl FitzWilliam and Mary Diana Lascelles.

Robert Wentworth Doyne Earl FitzWilliam

     Robert Wentworth Doyne Earl FitzWilliam married Mary Diana Lascelles, daughter of Henry Thynne Lascelles 4th Earl of Harewood and Diana Elizabeth Matilda Smythe, in 1898.

Child of Robert Wentworth Doyne Earl FitzWilliam and Mary Diana Lascelles

Ann Drake

     Ann Drake married Francis Bowker before 1783.

Child of Ann Drake and Francis Bowker

Eliza Drake

     The marriage of Eliza Drake and Henry Samuel Bullett was registered in Chelmsford RD, Essex, in the June 1862 quarter.
     Eliza Drake and Henry Samuel Bullett appeared on the 1871 census in Springfield Green, Springfield, Essex. Harry Samuel Bullett, 35, baker & grocer, born Paddington, Eliza his wife, 39, born Springfield; children Harry Alfred 6, Arthur 3 months; both born Springfield & Margaret Devenish, servant. Note that they lived a few places up from Henry Drake & his family.

Children of Eliza Drake and Henry Samuel Bullett

Elizabeth Drake

(before 1790 - )
     Elizabeth Drake was born before 1790 in Huntingdonshire. She was the daughter of Francis Drake and Ann Bowker.
     In Thomas Bowker's will dated 22 December 1790 in Yaxley, Elizabeth Drake was named as heir; Will of Thomas Bowker the elder of Yaxley gentleman ... whereas I have amply provided for my elder son Thomas Bowker I ... give [property] to my younger son James Bowker of Stamford, Lin. currier ... to my granddaughters the children of my late daughter Ann Drake deceased viz Elizabeth Drake & Mary Drake ... my two daughters Rebecca the widow of Edward Nottingham & Elizabeth the widow of William Walsham ... grandaughter Rebecca the daughter of the said Elizabeth Walsham at the age of 21 ... Witnessed W Bowker.

Francis Drake

     Francis Drake was born in Huntingdonshire, England. Francis was a farmer in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire, in October 1779.
     Francis Drake married Ann Bowker, daughter of Thomas Bowker and Rebecca Robinson, on 2 November 1779 in Yaxley, Huntingdonshire.

Children of Francis Drake and Ann Bowker

John Drake

(circa 1720 - )
     John Drake was born circa 1720.
     John Drake married Ann Bowker on 2 July 1742 in St Peter, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

Mary Drake

(circa 1780 - )
     Mary Drake was born circa 1780 in Huntingdonshire. She was the daughter of Francis Drake and Ann Bowker.
     In Thomas Bowker's will dated 22 December 1790 in Yaxley, Mary Drake was named as heir; Will of Thomas Bowker the elder of Yaxley gentleman ... whereas I have amply provided for my elder son Thomas Bowker I ... give [property] to my younger son James Bowker of Stamford, Lin. currier ... to my granddaughters the children of my late daughter Ann Drake deceased viz Elizabeth Drake & Mary Drake ... my two daughters Rebecca the widow of Edward Nottingham & Elizabeth the widow of William Walsham ... grandaughter Rebecca the daughter of the said Elizabeth Walsham at the age of 21 ... Witnessed W Bowker.

Catherine Drake?

(before 1705 - before 1 January 1782)
     She is probably Catherine Coy, and possibly married a Drake before Popplewell.. Catherine Drake? was born before 1705.
     Catherine Drake? married Richard Coy before 1722. She may be Catherine (Katharina) Maw who married Richard Coy on 1 Sep 1718 at Amoctts..
     Catherine Drake? married Humphrey Popplewell, son of Humphrey Popplewell and Mary Whitaker, on 28 September 1738 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
Catherine was party to a deed dated 13 November 1745 in Belton, LIN; Indenture between (1) Benjamin Coy of Belton, carpenter (2) Humphrey Poplewell of Belton, yeoman & Catherine his wife (3) Richard Popplewell of Epworth, gent. Sale by the Coys in consideration of £8 by Humphrey to Richard Poplewell of one and half roods of land arable in Belton.
     Catherine Drake? was mentioned in the will of Humphrey Popplewell dated 24 December 1751. Catherine Drake? was widowed before 7 February 1755 on the death of her husband Humphrey Popplewell. Catherine was an executor of an unknown person 's estate on 10 February 1755 in the Stow Archdeaconry, Lincolnshire.
     Catherine Drake? made a will dated 28 July 1768 in Belton, LIN. Catherine Poplewell of Belton, 28 July 1768 left her estate to her grandchildren, Catherine Atkin, Humfrey Atkin & Elizabeth Atkin. They were by her daughter of a previous marriage.
     Catherine died before 1 January 1782 in Belton, LIN. She was buried on 1 January 1782 in Belton.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Humphrey Atkinson on 9 January 1783 at the Stow Archdeaconry. Administration was granted to Humphrey Atkinson alias Atkin, the grandson.

Children of Catherine Drake? and Richard Coy

Paul Draper

(circa 1940 - circa 1942)
     Paul Draper was born circa 1940 in California, USA. He was the son of Henrietta Zabel.
     Paul died circa 1942 in San Jose, California, USA.

Mary Elizabeth Millicent Drayton

(before 1850 - )
     Mary Elizabeth Millicent Drayton was born before 1850.
     Mary Elizabeth Millicent Drayton married Alexander Ashby, son of Alexander Ashby and Sarah Elizabeth Babb, on 10 February 1866 in Holy Innocents, Barbados.

Child of Mary Elizabeth Millicent Drayton and Alexander Ashby

Margaret Ward Drew

     Margaret Ward Drew married Frank Popplewell, son of James Popplewell and Sarah Ann Petch, in 1896 in Hull RD, Yorkshire.

Children of Margaret Ward Drew and Frank Popplewell

Christopher Drinkall

(circa 1665? - circa 1729)
     Christopher Drinkall was born circa 1665? He may be the son of Christopher & Anne baptised 16 Jan 1669 at Waltham, Lincs. However a Christopher Drinkall was burede 29 Sep 1669 at Luddington..
     Christopher Drinkall lived at Fockerby, Yorkshire, England, 1686.
     Christopher Drinkall married Isabel Popplewell, daughter of Thomas Popplewell and Dorothy Unknown, on 3 January 1686/87 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. The marriage bond (4th! Jan 18686/7) describes them as Christopher Drinkall de Stockerby Yks, labourer & Isabella Popplewell of Luddington, spinster. He made his mark. There are no children recorded to this couple in the Lincs IGI.
     Christopher died circa 1729.
     His will was proved on 27 May 1729. Will of Christopher Drinkall of Fockerby, Adlingfleet.

Children of Christopher Drinkall and Isabel Popplewell

Elizabeth Drinkall

(circa 1710 - )
     Elizabeth Drinkall was born circa 1710. An Elizabeth Drinkall was baptised at Althorp on 27 August 1709, daughter of Watson Drinkall & Ann. Another was baptised 5 Nov 1709 at Luddington, daughter of Samuel & Sarah. On 22 Feb 1711 another was baptised at Manton, daughter of William. Yet another was baptised on 7 Feb 1705 at Luddington daguher of William & Elizabeth..
     Elizabeth Drinkall married Thomas Popplewell as his second wife, on 29 June 1730 in Owston, Lincolnshire, England. Thomas Popelwell of Butterwick to Elizbeth Drinkell.. Elizabeth Drinkall was widowed before 21 January 1748 on the death of her husband Thomas Popplewell.

Hannah Drinkall

(7 July 1705 - )
     Hannah Drinkall was christened on 7 July 1705 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire, England. They were residing at Fockerby. She was the daughter of Christopher Drinkall and Isabel Popplewell.

Jane Drinkall

( - 12 February 1726)
     Jane Drinkall was the daughter of Christopher Drinkall and Isabel Popplewell.
     Jane was buried on 12 February 1726 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire. Jane, daughter of Christopher Drinkall of Fockerby.

John Drinkall

(14 February 1697 - 16 April 1694)
     John was buried on 16 April 1694 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire. John, son of Christopher Drinkall. He was christened on 14 February 1697 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire. He was the son of Christopher Drinkall and Isabel Popplewell.

Richard Drinkall

(7 May 1699 - )
     Richard Drinkall was christened on 7 May 1699 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire. He was the son of Christopher Drinkall and Isabel Popplewell.
     Richard Drinkall married Catherine Heathey on 9 December 1721 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire.
     Richard Drinkall married secondly Elizabeth Whitehead on 2 February 1724 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire.

Thomas Drinkall

(27 January 1701 - )
     Thomas Drinkall was christened on 27 January 1701 in Adlingfleet, Yorkshire. He was the son of Christopher Drinkall and Isabel Popplewell.

Elizabeth Driver

(say 1740? - )
     Elizabeth Driver married an unknown person . She was born say 1740?.
     Elizabeth Driver married James Mackglew before 1762. Elizabeth testified at the inquest into Mary Mackglew's death in June 1786. Elizabeth, the wife of James McGlue, labourer of Smithfield gave evidence into the death of her daughter Mary McGlue.

Children of Elizabeth Driver and James Mackglew

Fanny or Eliza Constantia Drought

     Fanny or Eliza Constantia Drought was also known as Eliza in records.
     Fanny or Eliza Constantia Drought married William Hawkins. He was the son of the late Bishop of Raphoe. Fanny or Eliza Constantia Drought was the daughter of Thomas Drought and Frances Maria Wallen.

James Drought

(June 1785 - )
     James Drought was born in June 1785. He was the son of Thomas Drought and Frances Maria Wallen.

Jane Drought

(circa 1785 - 20 May 1810)
     Jane Drought was born circa 1785. She was the daughter of Thomas Drought and Frances Maria Wallen.
     Jane Drought married William Pigot on 29 April 1804. William Pigot, esq. of the 38th Regiment.
     Jane died on 20 May 1810.

Child of Jane Drought and William Pigot

John Drought

(November 1780 - )
     John Drought was born in November 1780. He died without issue. He was the son of Thomas Drought and Frances Maria Wallen.

John Armstrong Drought

(1761 - )
     John Armstrong Drought married Letitia Head. They had three sons and five daughters. See Burke for further information. John Armstrong Drought was born in 1761. He was the son of Thomas Drought and Caroline Armstrong.

Thomas Drought

(1725? - )
     Thomas Drought was born in 1725? In Ireland. He was the eldest son of John Drought, esq. of the Heath, in King's county by Alice Low, his wife.
     Thomas Drought married Caroline Armstrong, daughter of Warneford Armstrong and Elizabeth Bagot, in 1752. He was of Droughtville.

Children of Thomas Drought and Caroline Armstrong

Thomas Drought

(16 August 1755 - 1833)
     Thomas Drought was born on 16 August 1755. He was the son of Thomas Drought and Caroline Armstrong.
     Thomas Drought married Frances Maria Wallen, daughter of Thomas Wallen and Frances Unknown (Ramage), on 28 June 1777. Thomas Drought, the younger, esq., of Droughtville, Kings County, to Miss Wallen, daughter of Thomas Wallen of PortmanSquare, London, Esq.
     He was the last colonel of the Irish Volunteers of 1782.
     Thomas died in 1833 in Droughtville, Drumcullen, Offaly, Ireland.

Children of Thomas Drought and Frances Maria Wallen

Annabella Drummond

( - 4 April 1406)
     Annabella Drummond was born in Stobhall, Perthshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir John Drummond and Mary Montfichet.
     Annabella Drummond married Robert, III Stewart, King of Scotland, son of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure, circa 1367. They had seven children.
     Annabella died on 4 April 1406 in Scotland. She was buried in Paisley, Renfrewshire.

Annabella Drummond (Montrose)

     Annabella died. She ws the wife of William.. She was the daughter of John Drummond Lord and Elizabeth Lindsay.